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Who does not like wine? How often do you long for that first sip on the couch after a hard day's work? But, unfortunately, you still have to drive home. Wine is hip, and VINOOS have created edible wine in the form of real wine gums. The range currently consists of a white Chardonnay, a German Riesling, a Rosé, and a red Merlot wine gum. The Real wine gum isn't candy for children, but an 'adult luxury happiness'. Suitable for vegetarians and gluten, fat, nuts, gelatin, and lactose free, there are also no artificial colours. In short, The Real Wine Gums are healthy and delicious!

Gums are a failed invention of Charles Gordon Maynard in 1909; whose father Gerard Riley Maynard had a candy store. Gums are originally from England. When Gerard Riley Maynard, a confirmed teetotaller, had discovered that his son produced wine gums he rehired him. When the father was convinced that wine gums contained no wine, the threat was immediately withdrawn. This is the story of the invention of the wine gum as they are now sold in supermarkets everywhere. However, The Real Wine Gums don't even compare to those wine gums, creating a wine gum which actually tastes like wine, but doesn’t contain any alcohol and is suitable for vegetarians and vegans. Many fans of The Real Wine Gums have even experienced a wine-like aftertaste. Everybody recognizes that moment; when you’ve worked hard all day, and can’t wait for that first sip of wine once you get home. That moment can now already take place at work, experience it alone or with friends.

The coffee industry is in crisis. Informed purchases are needed

Issue: Coffee prices are in crisis, which threatens the very existence of many coffee producers, and so, the future of coffee globally.For more: GUSTATORY on Sky News Radio (Interview)Our Answer: Informed purchasing decisions are advised, from the independent coffee roasters featured here on the GUSTATORY marketplace. Through direct-to-source relationships, roasters are able to protect their supply chains from the effects of price volatility as they form special relationships with producers. These relationships also protect producers as roasters often commit to fixed term and fixed price contracts, which give producers certainty. This certainty is what producers need in order to not only survive but thrive, committing to sustainable practices and addressing other global problems that are threatening the industry such as climate change.

Make their commitment your commitment. Support independent coffee roasters and you’ll be making a difference before you even have your first cup of coffee.